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. >>> another missing florida girl was found alive. nadia bloom, who has an autism-related disorder, had been missing since last friday. she was rescued from a swamp about a half mile from her home. whit johnson reports. >> reporter: after four tense days of searching, 11-year-old nadia bloom was carried out of the alligator-infested swamp, dehydrated and covered in mosquito bites. she thanked her rescuers saying, quote, glad you guys found me. >> i burst. you know, i ran in and told my wife, and gosh. >> reporter: rescue workers described the brush around nadia as so thick they had to use machetes to clear a path to her. her feet were water logged. the result of standing in the swamp for days. >> nadia is in good condition. she has insect bites from head to toe. >> reporter: nadia was found by james king, family friend from church, who discovered the girl this morning in an area where searchers weren't looking. >> that was a rough swamp. but nadia was very brave. >> reporter: authorities are interviewing king to find out what led him to the girl. but the police chief says he has no reason to
. this is nadia. i'm the girl who got lost. >> nadia, are you okay? you're not hurt in any way? >> accommodating gais and lesbians is equivalent to accommodating those who are incestuous? >> no, i'm saying what you accommodate someone else's desires for a lifestyle, who gets to choose where it starts and where it stops? >>> what a mess. all righty. i'm christi paul. i'm so happy to see you. you're with hln news and views. sit back and relax. we can get you going with your day here. it's day two for florida investigators as they search live here as you see it. a murky river for signs of haleigh cummings. look at all of the police officers and the law enforcement that has gathered there. divers started combing the st. john's river yesterday in this area that's about five miles from her father's mobile home in satsuma. haleigh was 5 years old when she vanished from the home in february of 2009. her father's then girlfriend misty croslin was babysitting haleigh that night. among the people interviewed yesterday, croslin's cousin. croslin and her ex-husband ronald cummings are in jail on drug traffic
orlando has the story. >> reporter: dehydrated and covered in bug bites, 11-year-old nadia bloom is found and carried out of the woods. you can see nadia waving from the makeshift stretcher and brought to an ambulance to be checked out. her parents worried and hoping to see their daughter first. afterwards thanking everyone from police to volunteers who worked to bring nadia home. >> it just shows the compassion of the human spirit when things like this happen. should give everybody encouragement. it really should. >> reporter: this man, james king, found nadia deep in the woods. he told reporters god led him to the missing girl. king's wife says her husband helped search for nadia monday night with men from his church and after praying about it all night went back out to look for her again this morning. >> he said i've got to go. i said do you need to take someone with you? he said the lord and i will do it just fine. i will keep you informed. i got a text message after 9:00 in the morning that said she's safe in my arms. >> reporter: police tried to squash any side effect lags that jame
right now, yes. she's okay. >> hi. this is nadia. i'm the girl that got lost. >> the man who waded into waist-deep water is here with his story. >>> and that police beating caught on tape causes outrage. should the police seen here be arrested? why the fbi is now on the case. >>> and the first lady flies solo. michelle obama makes her first official overseas trip alone. how is she being received on the world stage? >>> look who decided to come home. great to have you back, george. >> it's great to be back home. it was a great trip. but it's good to be back. there's a lot of news out there this morning. starting with that apparently miraculous rescue of nadia bloom. she's the autistic girl lost for four days in a florida swamp. she was so deep in the brush, it took rescuers four hours with machetes to chop their way out. except for mosquito bites and dehydration, she seemed fine. we'll talk with the man who found her. >>> and the battle between the man on the moon and the man in the white house. why neil armstrong is criticizing president obama's new space plan. >>> and also, first
yesterday in an alligator-infested swamp. >> this morning 11-year-old nadia bloom is in the hospital. here's "american landscape" coverage from orlando's wftv. >> from wftv, this is channel 9 eyewitness news at 11:00. coverage you can count on. >> for the first time we're hearing how nadia bloom sounded in the moments she was found this morning. we have the 911 call of nadia talking to an operator after a man found her in some seminole county woods and called for help. right now we have team coverage. blaine, some say the power of prayer helped bring her home. >> reporter: it seems so miraculous that nadia spent four nights in these woods and somehow made it out okay. tonight we have the 911 call that captures the moment when the prayers of her family and friends were answered. >> i've got her, i've got nadia. >> reporter: the words were almost too hard to believe for a seminole county 911 dispatcher. >> you're in contact with her? >> i'm holding her right now, yeah. she's okay. she's got bites all over her. >> reporter: at 8:30 a.m., 11-year-old nadia bloom was discovered by james king, a
stories of survival, matt. >> speaking of survival, how about this for a survival story? 11-year-old nadia bloom, remember her? the 11-year-old, as i mentioned, florida girl, who got lost in a swamp, alligator and bug-infested swamp for four days and four nights. she was found okay, but basically covered in bug bites. nadia is now talking. we'll find out about her ordeal and talk to her parents as welcoming up in a little while. >>> on a different note, what it means to be skinny fat, to look normal sized on the outside, but on the inside body mass index is showing that you're obese. joy bauer began working with a woman eight weeks ago, because that put her at risk for health problems and chronic disease. this morning, the results of her healthy makeover. >> i wonder if this actually is a problem that increases as you get older as well. we'll find out about that. >> i don't know. we'll ask joy. >> a lot to get to. >>> first, let's go inside. natalie is standing by at the news desk with a check of the headlines. hi, natalie. >> good morning again matt, ann and al. good morning, everyone. >>
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. >>> still ahead at eyewitness news at 5:00. >>> miracle in florida. >> hi. this is nadia. and i'm the girl that got lost. >> new details about the amazing rescue of a missing girl. >>> with disasters like the one in haiti, nurses have to be prepared. i'll tell you how towson university students are doing just that, next. >>> i'm mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. in towson. the wife of a highway worker, killed on the job, talks to you about why you need to slow down, in areas like this. first story when eyewitness news continues. >>> and april warmup. the updated first warning weather forecast with bob just ahead. ,,,,,,,,,,,, stee r. >>> with natural disasters around the world, nurses are called in to make life-or-death decisions on the spot. to prepare, nursing students at towson university, experienced a life-like crisis today. >> someone get me something for the pain. it hurts. >> nursing students learn what to ask. what to look for when evaluating victims. all injured by a tornado in this mock disaster. >> cold, dry, clammy, what? >> some have very realistic bloody wounds. head injuries
imagine the joy the parents of a young florida girl are feeling tonight. nadia bloom, missing since friday, was found alive today. she was rescued from a swamp near the shoreline of lake jessup in seminole county. >> reporter: after four tense days of searching, 11-year-old nadia bloom was carried out of the alligator-infested swavrp, dehydrated and covered in mosquito bites. she thanked her rescuers saying "glad you guys found me." >> i burst. i ran in and told my wife and, gosh... >> reporter: rescue workers describe the brush around nadia as so thick they had to use machetes to clear a path to her. her feet were waterlogged, the result of standing in the swamp for days. >> nadia is in good condition. she has insect bites from head to toe. >> reporter: nadia was found by james king, family friend from church who discovered the girl this morning in an area were searchers weren't looking. >> that was a rough swamp but nadia was very brave. >> reporter: authorities are interviewing king to find out what led him to the girl, but the police chief says he has no reason to think of him as anyth
>> i've got her. i've got nadia. i'm in the middle of the swamp. >> great story, we'll be talking about that all morning. they are calling her rescue a miracle. new details on how the young girl is doing this morning. >>> a powerful earthquake and string of aftershocks rocking china. emergency crews say hundreds are dead and thousands more injured. the epicenter is in rural china, qinghai province. >>> the president ready to tackle white house reform meeting with leaders of both parties, pushing a sweeping overhaul of the way we regulate big banks. it could be a tough sell. that's one big issue that has republicans saying, no way. >>> of course, the a.m. fix blog is up and running. join the live conference. we want to hear from you about anything in the news, whatever is on your mind. cnn.com/amfix. we'll be reading your comments throughout the morning and kiran, can't wait to hear your comments. >> all right. we'll be hearing the comments from the viewers as well. this is an amazing story, the discovery of a little girl that's lifting the spirits of an entire community. nadia blo
in an alligator- infested swamp, nadia bloom was found by a lone searcher. >> police, fire or paramedic? >> i've got her. i've got nadia. >> reporter: a short time later, rescuers carried her to safety. >> if i never believed in miracles, i sure do now. because i gotta tell you all, we were getting close to that bewitching hour, where i had to make a decision. >> reporter: nadia had gotten lost. >> our daughter is a nature lover. and she went on a bike ride. and she just stopped and went off to take some pictures. >> reporter: nadia has an autism-related disorder, called asperger syndrome. her family believes she may have wandered off, in part because of a book she had read about an adventurous girl who goes camping. >> she has done remarkably well. how she survived, only she'll know. >> reporter: rescuers searched for nadia in thick vegetation, in muddy waters. but it was james king, who found nadia in a dry patch in the middle of the swamp, where nobody else was searching and called police. >> sir, you're in contact with her? >> i'm holding her right now. yeah. she's okay. she's got bites a
the 911 call made by the man who found 11-year-old nadia oom alive in a florida swamp more than four days after she disappeared. >> i've got her. i've got nadia. the lord told me where to find her. >> hi. this is nadia and i'm the girl that got lost. >> this morning that hero shares the dramatic details of a remarkable rescue in a live interview. >>> and the bungling burglar. a would-be robber tries to use a ladder to escape a drugstore. in fact he tries, and tries, and tries before finally getting away. he's still on the loose, and now police are looking for a guy with lots of bruises "today," wednesday, april 14th, 2010. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. >>> this morning, rescuers desperately try to reach parts of western china hard hit by those powerful quakes. >> the region is one of the most remote areas in china, near the border with tibet. overnight those crews were hampered by several strong aftershocks. the latest on that situation in a live report from china in a
-year-old nadia bloom, waving from the stretcher after being rescued. a member of her family's church found her after setting out on his own search in waist deep water. when he called 911 dispatchers asked to speak to nadia. >> i'm going to put you on speakerphone. hold on just a second. let me see if i can get this working baby. >> hi, this is nadia. i'm the girl that got lost. >> nadia, are you okay? you're not hurt in any way? >> after nearly four days in the swamp, police say nadia was dehydrated and covered with bug bites but otherwise okay. she is mildly autistic, and her parents think she wandered off while trying to make a nature video. they were overwhelmed to hear that she was safe. >> it just shows the compassion of the human spirit, when things like this happen, and it gives, it should give everybody encouragement, it really should. >> the man who found nadia, james king, says that the lord guided him to where she was. detectives questioned him about the rescue and they're calling him a hero. >>> toyota is telling dealers to stop selling the new lexus gx460 for now after "
search. >> more than 100 searchers spent all day scouring for any sign of 11-year-old nadia bloom. >> frustrating for everybody. we want to help. you want to do something, but right now i guess all we can do is just wait. >> reporter: the divers and searchers are determined to find nadia, despite extremely tough terrain. >> this is very thick, really wet. there's water involved. of course we have lake jessup to north as well. it's alligator season as well. that doesn't help either. we have really good resources. really good dogs and people have come from all over the state. >> reporter: late saturday afternoon the police chief admitted there's now a possible criminal investigation in addition to the search. >> even though everything points toward a search and rescue we still have to in today's world know we have to parallel that. >> reporter: even as police knock on doors of nearby sex offenders to find out whether someone did something unthinkable, neighbors like steve glazier can only think about a happy ending for bloom. >> it would be wonderful to see them coming out of the wo
salinas has the story. >> reporter: dehydrated and covered in bug bites, 11 engineered nadia bloom is found and carried out of the woods. can you see nadia waving from the makeshift stretcher and brought to an ambulance fob checked out. her parents worried and hoping to see their daughter first, afterwards thanking everyone from police to volunteers who worked to bring nadia home. >> it shows the compassion of the human spirit when things like this ham t should give everybody encouragement. it really should. >> reporter: this man, james king, found nadia deep in the woods and told reporters that god led him to the missing girl. king's wife says her husband helped search for nadia monday night with men from his church. after praying about it all night, went back out to look for her. he said i've got to go. i said you need to take someone with you. he said the lord and i will do it. i got a text message that says she is safe in my arms. >> reporter: police tried to squash any speculation that james king had anything to do with the case other than saving nadia. >> i will not believe t
minutes ago, we got the first video of that 11-year-old girl, nadia bloom, being brought out of the woods on the stretcher. she was found in the woods there with no shoes, covered in mobug bites, but is in good shape. mark potter has been following the story live from winter springs, florida, for us. mark, what is happening right now and what more do we know about her present condition? >> reporter: well, she is actually in the ambulance right now. it's still at the location. we're told that she is being treated in that ambulance right now. some photographers who could get a good look at her say she appeared to have scratches on her body and face. she is suffering not only from dehydration, but mosquito bites. her parents are standing by, not in the ambulance. it is described to me that soon, the hope is that they will be able to spend a little time with her before he goes off to the hospital. it took a while to bring her out of the wooded area because it is so dense. she was said to be found about a mile from her house in a swampy area, standing in one high spot, a dry spot. no shoes and
. the missing 11-year-old girl has been found in florida. her name is nadia bloom. she's been missing since friday. she was found in a swampy area by a member of a nearby search that was conducting its own search separate from the official police investigation. these are live pictures of this wooded area where they managed to find nad ray. nbc's mark potter is live in winter springs, florida. so mark, we know that people are there. a number of people -- this is a swampy area. it's a great effort to get this little girl out of the woods there. >>> yes, tamron. it's a difficult situation right now. they are trying to bring her out on a stretcher. they say she's in good shape but they don't want her walking. they say she's been dehydrated, so they have an iv in her. she's suffered mosquito bites. the hard part is the woods were so dense. she was found a mile from her home out in there. now they are trying to get her out of the officers are getting exhausted. it's hard going, very hot in there. the last word we just heard is they are now trying to bring a tractor in from the forest service to t
's disappearance. but then came a stunning 911 call and everything changed. 11-year-old nadia bloom found alive after days of difficult searching in dense woods and swamps, officials had begun to fear the worst. but then, they got a dramatic 911 cell phone call from a densely wooded area they had not yet searched. >> i've got her. i've got nadia. okay, i'm in the middle of the swamp. i can give you my gps coordinates off of this blackberry. >> sir, you're in contact with her? >> i'm holding her right now, yeah. she's okay. she's got bites all over her. she's got some scratches. she's very lucid. she has no major injuries. just exposure. i'm going to give her some liquids. i've got some stuff prepared for her. the lord told me where to find her. >> reporter: the caller was james king, a searcher from the bloom family's church who at dawn had ventured into the woods alone. i would call, "nadia," i'd be praying, talking to the lord. the lord would be directing me. one time i said, "nadia?" i heard, "what?" i said i'm going that one. >> the 911 operator asks to speak to nadia. >> hi, this is nadia.
in an alligator and bug-infested swamp before being rescued. nadia bloom is speaking about her ordeal for the first time, "today," monday, april 26th, her ordeal for the first time, "today," monday, april 26th, 2010. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and in for meredith, i'm ann curry. boy, that nasty weather in the south. get this number. 85 tornados in four days are being reported but none as severe as the one that hit mississippi, matt. >> you can see how powerful this storm was in this storm chaser video. emergency crews say this is the worst tornado to hit that area in decades. 160-mile-per-hour winds, at least 10 people killed by this twister alone. hundreds of buildings were destroyed. we'll talk to a man inside a church that was destroyed when that tornado hit and get the latest on all the dangerous weather in the south over the weekend from al, straight ahead. >> that was the church right behind him. it's amazing he survived. >>> also ahead this morning, a good samaritan left to die.
in the middle of a florida swamp. now, we're learning more, after a frantic man discovered nadia bloom. >> reporter: after spending four days in an alligator- infested swamp, nadia bloom was found by a lone searcher. >> 911, you need police, fireplace, or medical? >> i got nadia. >> reporter: if i never believed in miracles, i sure do now. because i gotta tell you all, we were getting close to that bewitching hour, where i had to make a decision. >> nadia had gotten lost. deep in the central forest. >> our daughter is a nature lover. she went on a bike ride. and she just stopped and went off to take pictures. >> reporter: nadia has an autism-related disorder, known as asperger's. her family believes she may have wandered off because of a book she was reading about an adventurous camper girl. >> reporter: rescuers searched for her in waist-deep muddy waters. but it was a family friend who found her where no one else was searched and called police. >> so you're in contact with them? >> i'm holding her right now, yes. she's okay. she's got bites all over her. she's got some scratches. >>
for four days in dangerous swamp land. >> rescue workers pulled nadia bloom out of an alligator- infested swamp. after four days missing, she was alived but dehydrated. >> i burst. i ran in and told my wife, nadia is in good condition. she has insect bites from head to toe. no shoes. the paramedic noted that she had, her feet were very, very, water logged as if had been standing in the water for a while. >> reporter: rescue workers had to cut through brush with machetes to pull the woman out. but it was a friend from church who discovered nadia this morning. king said nadia told him she went on a nature walk and got lost. >> she was not frightened. she was very calm. the lord has given her great faith. she said she knew someone would come and rescue her. >> reporter: nadia disappeared on friday near her subdivision in seminole county, florida. it was a difficult search, hampered by dense undergrowth in the swamp. nadia has an autism-related disorder, called asperger's syndrome. >> our daughter is a nature lover. and she went on a bike ride. and she just stoped and went off to take some pi
here. he set out on his own to look for 11-year-old nadia bloom in a dense wooded area. he found her. she went on a bike ride, went to the woods, but after four days of searching, lots of prayers, james king said he was just following a lead. >> it's definitely a miracle. i mean, i didn't know where she was. the only person who knew where she was was god, and so i asked him, and he led me directly to her, about as straight as you can go through the swamp. >> when he found nadia, she had on no shoes, covered in insect bites, but otherwise she was fine. listen to this 911 call. it just came in to us. >> i'm going to put you on speaker phone. hold on a second. okay. >> hi. this is nadia and i'm the girl that got lost. >> nadia, you okay? you're not hurt in any way? >> no, i'm fine. >> it's so nice to report on a story where a little girl is found alive and well. nadia's mom thanked james king in a news conference. let's lirsten to that. >> we're so thankful god used him to get her back to us. thank of the is not the appropriate word for what he did, bringing us back our child. one thing
to look for nadia bloom. he found her, alive and well. nadia as a type of autism-related disorder. she got lost, but after four days of searching, lots of prayers, james king says he was just following a lead. >> definitely a miracle, i mean, i didn't know where she was. the only person who knew where she was was god, and so i asked him, and he led me directly to her, straight as you can go through the swamp. >> when he found nadia, she had on no shoes, covered in insect bites, listen to him on thinks 911 call. it just came in. let's give it a listen. >> yeah, i'm going to put you on speakerphone, hold on just a second. >> hi, this is nadia. i'm the girl who got lost. >> nadia, are you okay? you're not hurt in any way? >> yeah -- what's your name is it. >> it's so nice to report on a story where a little girl is found. her mom thanked james king at a news conference. let's listen to that. >> we are so fortunate that god used him to bring our child back to us. thank you is not the appropriate word for what we feel for what jim king did for bringing back our child. the one thing that was rea
're waiting at the edge of the woods to be reunited with her. nadia bloom was found by a member of her church this morning, he says i walked into the swamp area and there she was. a family spokeswoman just said this, our prayers have been answered, we're also awaiting for a news conference from police. harris is in the newsroom with what we know at this point. harris, it's not often this story comes to a good conclusion. >> reporter: i tell you, we can only imagine what this girl has been through, autistic, 11 years old, alone, no shoes on her feet, not a way to make sense of what's going on. it's a very thick wooded area, it's dark in there, and here's what she's facing now. she's covered with bug bites, that's a paramedic at her side, that person has got to be pretty brave, because it is alligator feeding, mating season back there, and what officers have just described in front of the camera for reporters is absolutely frightening, a nightmare. they are doing what's called a daisy chain, passing her along from one paramedic to the other. the brush is so thick, jane, they can't just have her
details about former new york congressman eric massa. and then there's this, nadia bloom, the ultimate survivor, somehow making it out alive after several days in a gator infested florida swamp. you'll meet the man on that 911 tape. we'll play it for you. he's the one who rescued nadia. >>> spare the rod, spoil the child. new studies suggesting spanking could lead to aggressive kids. to spank or not to spank. all that ahead on msnbc. >>> we begin this morning with a huge political story in boston. sarah palin and the tea party express have steam rolled into town more than two centuries after revolutionary colonists dumped tea in boston harbor, tea party activists are rallying across town in boston commons. msnbc reporter there for us. what do we expect who hear? i see the big crowds behind you. i should mention there's a few thousand people out there. >> crowds started to fill in. it was a little thin this morning but it's filled in. starting officially at 10:00. they are starting to fill in. you hear the speaker behind us now firing up the crowd about tax day tomorrow. you know there'
in florida missing for five days has been found alive. police say nadia bloom was found by a member of the metro church. now, nadia, you'll remember, was last seen riding her bike in winter springs, florida, in her neighborhood. authorities found her bike with her hat placed on the handle bars. since then it's been an intense ifr five-day search. authorities combing the woods near her homes, several ponds and swampy areas nearby. a difficult several days. nadia bloom suffers from asperger's syndrome, mildly autistic. we're expecting a news conference shortly. right now we're joined by wfla radio. michelle, just incredible news. so often it doesn't end so positively. here it sounds like we have the very best situation. do we know more about who found the girl and how they found her. >> what we're hearing is a church volunteer found her this morning. instead of being part of the organized search effort, that volunteer went on their own. it was an extremely densely wooded area they found her in. it was part of a big two-mile plot they were trying to search but hadn't gotten into yet. t
for 11-year-old nadia bloom found her this morning in the woods not far from an alligator infested swap. searchers told police she was stuck in the mud and couldn't move. these are the pictures of police and volunteers carrying her out here. the church's pastor says bloom was dehydrated, covered with mosquito bites, had waterlogged feet. otherwise, she's okay. just moments ago, her parents thanked everyone involved in this search. >> it's the love of everybody. from everybody across the country praying to the canine teams across the state of florida that came out, to the s.w.a.t. teams, the helicopters. i mean, it all came so fast, and it just shows the compassion of the human spirit when things like this happen. and it gives -- it should give everybody encouragement. it really should. >> after so many days, did you ever lose hope? >> of course. >> well, our daughter is a nature lover. she went on a bike ride and she just stopped and went off to take some pictures. >> we just want to thank also the winter springs and all the counties that sent officers here and it was so wonderful. and
me and he said nadia's been found and she's alive. i freaked out. i didn't even hang up the phone. i just ran right in, almost busted the door. >> he did. >> it's been just like, you know the third movie of "star wars," the end when all the ewoks are going crazy? that's how it was. >> reporter: that was just the start of the craziness that followed the discovery of their daughter nadia alive. after surviving five days in the swampy willederer in. they dreaded the nights when she was gone. >> you don't know where she is or what condition she is. you don't know if she is scared or crying and there is nothing you can do to help her. your heart just breaks. >> reporter: after she was found, this is what her mother recalls about the girl who went off looking for adventure. >> she was very clear minded. she knew what she was saying. she was scared she wasn't going to get back home. there was definitely that. i think she is very, very happy to be back home and see her sisters and her family >> reporter: nadia's doctor said she was dehydrated and has a minor blood bacteria that will keep her
at the efforts being made on the long road back to recovery. tonight, only on the cbs evening news. >>> nadia's miracle. her parents talk about the four days their daughter was missing and what the child was saying about that ordeal. >>> dramatic rescue. survivors are pulled from the rubble after a massive earthquake in china. >>> adventures in space. the space shuttle program is nearing. but nasa's work is not done. eyewitness news at ,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 4:30. 73 degrees and sunny. thank you for staying with eyewitness news. i'm vic carter. >> and i'm denise koch. >> president obama was in florida, mapping out his plans for the future of the space agency. but as joel brown reports for wjz, some say the plan lacks direction. >> reporter: with supporter and former astronaut buzz aldron at his side, president obama headed to florida. ready that the nation's stace space program will soar on. >> i believe that space travel is not a luxury. it is an essential part of that quest. >> the space shuttle program's days are numbered. the bush administration decided to retire it. president obama want
's been missing for five days. the good news is that nadia bloom has been found alive. just hours ago, rescuers brought nadia out from the woods on a stretcher. she was suffering from dehydration as well as mosquito bites over much of her body. the most important news is that she is safe. nadia's own dad was overwhelmed, of course, by the good news. here he is in his own words. >> thank god. when you get home and give him the praise for this. thank him for the -- just, you know, things don't always turn out this way. we are so glad. >> we want to get now to winter springs, florida, where nbc's mark potter has been live on the scene for us all day. mark, if you can back up for a sec and just tell us, how did this all unfold and what more do we know about nadia's condition from her doctors right now? >> reporter: well, it unfolded dramatically at 8:30 this morning, peter, when police got a call, a cell phone call from a man named james king who said that he had gone out searching early this morning and found nadia bloom, 11-year-old nadia, in a deeply wooded area, swampy area that polic
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for the parents of 11- year-old nadia bloom and the community searching for her. even nadia couldn't believe she found her. >> reporter: a child goes missing and nearly everyone assumes the worse. nadia went missing near a swamp. there was fear of gators and crocodiles and then the turn of events that sounds more like a plot for a -- after made for tv movie. nadia bloom seen here as more than a dozen rescuers carried the 11-yard out of the woods -- 11-year-old out of the woods. she went missing while riding her bike. that bike along with her helmet turned up near a florida swamp. four days went by till this man, james king, says he found her and called 911 glur' in contact -- you're in contact with her if. >> i'm holding her right now. she's okay. she has excites all over her. she has some scratches. she's very lucid. she has no major injury, just exposure. i'm going to give her some liquids. i have some stuff prepared for her. i'll give you my gps coordinates. >> reporter: here's what else he told dispatchers. >> the lord told me where to find her. >> r
. >> it was a scary four day ordeal for 1-year-old mad one -- for 11-year-old nadia bloom. they were featured on good morning america today. it was one man named james king who came across nadia after she was alone for days. >> finally mr. king found me. and that was the greatest things that ever happened to me. the scariest thing i saw, is when it became night and i was afraid they would never find me. like i didn't see anything scary, but i felt scared. >> absolutely, you can understand that. nadia was hungry and dehydrated but was found to be okay when she buzz was taken to the hospital. >> nadia says the next time she goes out exploring, she will tell her parents first. >>> and there's a feline virus going around. it can spread among cats for 30 days or more. the shelter is immediately vaccinating any cats that that are brought to it. but the society is asking for anyone who finds stray cats to hold on to them before bringing them in. >>> mortgage fraud in maryland was the sixth worse in the nation last year. the state has 36% more reported fraud than the national average. inflated appraisal was
it was nothing short of divine intervention. more from abc's barbara pinto. >> reporter: four days after nadia bloom disappeared in the alligator-infested swamps of florida, an incredible find. >> if i never believed in miracles. i sure do now. >> reporter: her parents could barely contain their joy. >> it just shows the compassion of the human spirit when things like this happen. >> reporter: police believe the 11-year-old, who has a mild form of autism, may have been imitating a character in her favorite "american girl" book, when she went exploring in the woods and got lost. a massive search, helicopters, dogs, and rescuers from all over the state had found nothing. until james king, a father of five, and a member of nadia's church, set out alone, claiming god led the way. >> and he directed my path straight to her, because i prayed that all the way. >> reporter: he found nadia in waist-deep water, dehydrated and covered with mosquito bites, but otherwise fine. calling for help on his cell phone. nadia told police, i'm glad you guys found me. it took men with machetes hours to cut their way
. >> reporter: four days after nadia bloom disappeared in the alligator-infested swamps of florida, an incredible find. >> if i never believed in miracles, i sure do now. >> reporter: her parents could barely contain their joy. >> it just shows the compassion of the human spirit when things like this happen. >> reporter: police believe the 11-year-old, who has a mild form of autism, may have been imitating a character in her favorite "american girl" book, when she went exploring in the woods and got lost. a massive search, helicopters, dogs, rescuers from all over the state had found nothing. until this morning, when james king, a father of five, and a member of nadia's church, set out alone, claiming god led the way. >> he directed my path. i prayed that all the way. >> reporter: he found nadia in waist-deep water, dehydrated and covered with mosquito bites, but otherwise fine. calling for help on his cell phone, nadia told police, "i'm glad you guys found me." it took hours, and men with machetes to chop their way out of the thick brush, with king leaving the dense trail with toi
and what it cost him. >>> and all smiles. our first look at 11-year-old nadia bloom following the rescue in that florida swamp four days after she disappeared. how she's doing "today," friday, april 16th, 2010. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. >>> look at the cover of the "washington post." this spectacular picture of the cloud of ash from that volcano whose name nobody can pronounce in iceland. it is truly beautiful but it's caused so much trouble. thousands of flights canceled across europe. >> that picture taken by a farmer i see was fleeing his farm at about 80 miles an hour, i would imagine. overnight airports in germany were forced to close and british officials announce no flights will be allowed over england until saturday morning. that's at the earliest. the only piece of good news, airports are ireland are being allowed to re-open and ironically, flights from the u.s. can land in iceland because the wind is blowing the ash to the east so it is a little clearer ther
, beautiful there. >> thanks so much. still ahead this morning, the latest on nadia bloom. what did did the 11-year-old girl lost for four days in a swamp in we'll hear from the family's pastor. >> do you have your 1099s all set, your w-2s, your w-4s, your receipts, you got your headache? we'll give you last minute it tips on tax day in just a bit. [ sneezes ] ♪ music plays ♪ [ sneezing ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what are you gonna miss when you have an allergy attack? benadryl® is more effective than claritin® at relieving your worst symptoms -- runny nose, sneezing, and watery eyes -- and works when you need it most. benadryl®. you can't pause life. entree plus an appetizer pairings for $9.99. pick one of our 16 entrees, like baby-back ribs or honey chipotle chicken crispers. then choose an appetizer -- all just $9.99, for a limited time. chili's. it's all in the "pepperation." let's do this. multitasking runs on dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. with our new freshly baked bagel twists, available in cinnamon raisin and cheddar cheese. pair it with america's favorite coffee today. am
pulled 11- year-old nadia bloom out of a swamp and carried her away on a stretcher. after four days of being missing, she was alive, but dehydrated. >> i burst. i ran in and told my wife, nadia is in good condition. she has insect bites. no shoes. the paramedic noted that her vote were very, very waterlogged as if hear standard being in -- standing in the water for a while. >> reporter: but it was one man, james king, a friend from church, who discovered nadia this morning, near a local lake. he was taken to local police. >> how do you feel, mr. king? >> i feel tall. >> i found her. she's safe in my arms. >> nadia disappeared from her subdivision. her sister led police to an area where they often play. but it was a difficult search. her family believes the girl, who has an autism-related disorder, called asperger's, just wandered off. >> our daughter is a nature lover. and she went on a bike ride. and stopped and took pictures. >>> sandra hughes, wjz eyewitness news. >> police think nadia may have also been inspired by a book about an adventurous girl who decides to go camping in he
for five days. nobody has known the whereabouts of an autistic until today. nadia bloom wandered away from home friday. she found herself in a swswampy forest area infested with alligators. chris clackum has more. >> reporter: her parents rushed to her side just before 11-year-old nadia bloom was being put into an ambulance. after spending five day lost in a thick forest in central a florida. >> right now she's doing well. she has bug bites and some dehydration. >> if i never believed in miracles i sure do now. >> reporter: the outcome that could have gone the other way is not lost on nadia's relieved father. >> thank god when you get home and just -- give him the praise for this. thank him. things don't always turn out this way. we are so blessed. >> reporter: after intense searches over each of the last five days, nadia was found the tuesday morning by volunteers from the family's church. but getting her out was a challenge. for even veteran rescuers. >> had to keep her out of the water. if you can imagine these guys having to carry her above the water line and at the same time they had
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